Bollington Representation

To serve the community


Fix My Street!

Get a message to Cheshire East Council about the problems in your street ...

Fix My Street!External link

CEC are responsible for all aspects including drains, potholes, gritting, lamps, street cleaning, abandoned vehicles, anti-social behaviour, dog fouling, waste collection, recycling, litter, community safety, etc.

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Town Council

Town Hall | Town Clerk | email the Town Clerk

Council meetings | Quality Parish Council | Bollington Town Council web site

Remembrance Service

Local council structure


Quality Council logo 
Bollington Town Council is a Quality Town Council.

To be recognised the town council had to pass assesment to show it went above and beyond the service offered by a standard parish council.

 

Town Councillors

Our Mayor


Town Mayor, Councillor Andy Langdon

Which councillors represent you? Look up your street by going to the street index and clicking your street name. In the text it will tell you which Ward you are in. Click on the Ward name to display your councillors.

West Ward

This ward was contested at the 2015 election by six candidates.

Cllr Chris Bennett

Chris was first elected to Bollington Town Council in 2015.

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Cllr Ken Edwards

Ken was a Cheshire County councillor until reorganisation in March 2009 and gained a seat on Cheshire East Council in 2011, which he lost in 2015. He has been a member of Bollington Town Council for many years.

Ken was Town Mayor in 2012/13.

Cllr Ken Edwards

 
48, Hurst Lane
01625−571126


Cllr Graham Hibbert

Graham was co-opted onto the council in July 2007. He was Deputy Mayor in 2010/11 and was Town Mayor in 2011/12. He is in his fourth term as a Bollington councillor.

Graham Graham Hibbert

 
68, Albert Road
01625−573900


Cllr Angela Williams

Angela was co-opted onto the council in 2006. She was Deputy Mayor in 2009/10 and was Mayor in 2010/11. She is in her fourth term as a Bollington councillor. She was Deputy Town Mayor in 2014/15 and was Mayor for a second time in 2015/16. Cllr Angela is now the longest serving councillor in Bollington.

 

 
29, South West Avenue
01625−573851

Central Ward

This ward was contested at the 2015 election by five candidates.

Cllr Andy Langdon

Andy was first elected to the council in 2015. He was Deputy Town Mayor in 2016/17, and is Town Mayor in 2017/18.

 


Cllr Tom Mayers

Tom is in his first term having been elected in 2015.

 


Cllr Helen Weston

Helen joined her husband on the council in 2015.

 

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Cllr Jon Weston

Jon was elected in a contested by-election in July 2012. This is his second term as a Town councillor. He is Deputy Town Mayor in 2017/18.

In 2015 he was also elected to Cheshire East Council, but later resigned.

 


East Ward

This ward was uncontested at the 2015 election and the four candidates were therefore appointed.

Cllr James Nicholas

James is in his first term as a Bollington councillor. He was previously a member of Macclesfield Borough Council until its dissolution in 2009.

 

52A, Bollington Road
01625-262173


Cllr Amanda Stott

Amanda is in her second term as a Bollington councillor being first appointed in 2011. She was Deputy Town Mayor in 2013/14 and Town Mayor in 2014/15.

In 2015 Amanda was also elected to Cheshire East Council.

Cllr Amanda Stott

 
52A, Bollington Road
01625-262173


Cllr John Whitehurst

John was first appointed to Bollington Town Council in May 2015.

 

16 Gleave Avenue
Bollington
SK10 5LX


Cllr Allan Williams

Allan is in his third term as a Bollington councillor. He was Deputy Town Mayor in 2015/16 and was Town Mayor in 2016/17.

Cllr Allan Williams

 
66, Cedarway
01625-574612

 
Council Meetings

Council meetings are held at the Town Hall at 7.30pm on the Tuesday following the first Monday of every month except August. There is a second meeting in January, a week after the normal meeting, in order to agree the budget for the following financial year. The meeting in May is a week later in election years and is taken up with the annual Mayor Making ceremony and reception. The May business meeting is held on the following Tuesday. Members of the public are welcome to attend all of these meetings.

Town Assembly - held annually - You have to be there! It is held on the third Tuesday of March, 7.30pm at the Civic Hall.

The Planning Committee meets on the Tuesday following the later of the above meetings, but not in August.

Mayor Making - The annual Mayor Making ceremony takes place at the May council meeting. This is followed by a reception in the Civic Hall for invited guests.

Other council committees meet on a regular basis, some during the day, others in the evening. Please consult the Bollington Town Council web siteExternal link or enquire at the Town Hall for details.

Council members and structure

The town is divided into three Wards, East, West and Central Bollington, with four councillors each. To find out which ward you are in check the Streets pages.

Ingersley Vale is accessible only from Bollington but most of it, from the bowling green on, is actually in Rainow parish. Other premises on the east side of Bollington are also in Rainow parish. Rainow's Parish Councillor responsible for the Bollington side is:


Cllr.
Rainow
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Cheshire East Council

For Bollington & Higher Hurdsfield

These councillors serve on Cheshire East Council. The most recent election for Cheshire East Council took place on 7th May 2015. The next election will take place in May 2019.

Our councillors hold an occasional surgery but can also be contacted at any time or through the Town Hall.


Cllr Amanda Stott

Amanda was first elected to Cheshire East Council in 2015.

She is also a member of Bollington Town Council.

Cllr Amanda Stott

 
52A, Bollington Road
01625-262173


 

 



Member of Parliament

For the Macclesfield Constituency

The May 2015 Parliamentary election saw the re-election of our MP, David Rutley. He is standing for re-election in the 2017 election. Details of political parties are available.


David Rutley (C)  

2010-15 a member of the Treasury Select Committee until his PPS appointment, in November 2010, as Parliamentary Private Secretary to the Rt. Hon. Damian Green MP, Minister for Immigration, until 2012, and from then Minister for Policing and Criminal Justice, also Parliamentary Private Secretary to the Rt. Hon. David Lidington MP, Minister for Europe. From 2015-17 PPS to the Home Secretary.

2010-15 Co-Chairman of the All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Mountaineering and Secretary of the APPG on National Parks, as well as being a member of several other APPGs, including those on China, Pharmaceuticals, Financial Education for Young People and Civic Societies.

David Rutley MP


House of Commons
London
SW1A 0AA

020 7219 7106

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Members of European Parliament

For the North West Region

These MEPs were elected in the 2014 European Parliamentary election.
The next election for the European Parliament will be in May 2019.

Jacqueline Foster MEP, Conservative

07721 374423
email
web pageExternal link

Sajjad Karim MEP, Conservative

07776 144870
email
web pageExternal link

Theresa Griffin MEP, Labour

0151 709 9987
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Afzal Khan MEP, Labour

0161 226 5546
email
web pageExternal link

Julie Ward MEP, Labour

01900 702994
email
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Louise Bours MEP, UK Independence Party

web pageExternal link
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Paul Nuttall MEP, UK Independence Party

0151 375 966
email
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Steven Woolfe MEP, UK Independence Party

01244 630200
email
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Parties/members shown in alphabetical order